5/17/2012 1:45:00 PMHow much money is enough in Yavapai County?New report details what it really takes to make ends meet in Arizona
A Yavapai County family headed by one adult with two children (one attending school and the second preschool-aged) must earn at least $43,163 per year ($20.44 per hour) to adequately meet the family's basic needs without public or private assistance. This Self-Sufficiency Standard varies widely in Arizona by family configuration and by county, reflecting the costs of housing, child care, food, health care, transportation, the cost of taxes, the impact of tax credits, and miscellaneous items such as telephone service, clothing, and non-prescription medications.These findings and many more are described in a new report, "Self-Sufficiency Standard for Arizona 2012," which was commissioned and funded by the Women's Foundation of Southern Arizona.
How much money is enough in Yavapai County? - The Verde Independent - Cottonwo
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